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We’re awarding 10,000 Android development scholarships with funding from Google! While applications for that program are now closed, there will be additional scholarship opportunities soon. Sign up to get notified about additional scholarships.
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3-month access to Android Basics: User Interface with support from Udacity Mentors
Learn to code and build your first app on Android!
Applications are closed.
Winners will be notified January 5, 2017
Get job ready in 3 months
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Member of Women Techmakers in Berlin
First app she ever created won “Best App”
Seeks to become a full-time Android Developer
Received PhD in Organic Chemistry
Started out by building basic apps for fun
Now full-time Android Developer
Studied to become a sound engineer
Wanted to build apps since he first saw Android in 2009
Now head Android Developer at Badoo
Formerly a personal trainer
Self-taught basic programmer
Now builds Android apps in sports and health
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To receive one of these scholarships, you must be a current resident of one of the 28 EU countries or 4 EFTA countries. You must also be at least 18 years old and complete the application in full. Please see the Terms and Conditions for the full list of countries and eligibility requirements.
If you have no programming experience (or only a little), then the beginner path is the best fit. If you have more than a year of programming experience, the Programmer Path is likely a good fit. The good news is, there is just one application. We'll use your answers on the application to determine which program is right for you.
Google launched the Associate Android Developer Certification in May, 2016. You can learn more about the Certification here.
Between instructional content, quizzes, projects, and other course- related activity, we estimate that investing 10 hours/week will enable you to proceed through the program at a successful pace, finishing before your 3 month scholarship ends. You can ultimately work at whatever chosen pace you'd like, as long as you complete the material and project(s) before your scholarship ends.
The Android Beginner and Android Programmer Path scholarships will begin on January 12, 2017. Once the scholarship starts, you can study according to your own schedule as long as you complete the course within 3 months.
These scholarships do not guarantee you a job. But Udacity students often do get jobs after graduating from programs like this. Check out some student stories here.
The program is 100% free. Each scholarship recipient will receive credit for the scholarship sufficient to cover fees paid for the program.